Private equity assurance services
Meeting today’s auditing, financial and reporting challenges
The global business landscape is being reshaped by transformational events and trends. And that means the financial and reporting environment is also being reshaped, resulting in increasingly complex and broadening regulatory requirements and stakeholder demands.
Private equity firms are not immune to this growing focus on accounting and regulatory changes around the world. Both their funds and their portfolio companies are affected.
We have the courage and integrity to help you meet these demands by providing a timely and constructive challenge to management, a robust and clear perspective to audit committees, and transparent information for your stakeholders and investors both at the fund and the portfolio levels.
Attention to risk
Our longstanding experience in the industry provides us with uncommon insights into the spectrum of potential risks and the necessary internal controls. Valuation has increasingly become one of the most challenging areas funds face.
In uncertain market conditions, coupled with the proliferation of ever more complex and innovative financial instruments and product designs, fund managers demand an experienced and broad team of professionals to serve them. Our audit teams leverage the knowledge and skills of our entire asset management practice, including those of internal valuation professionals.
More than just dots on a map
We uniquely offer multidisciplinary insights across geographies, minimizing risk of conducting business in multiple cultures and jurisdictions, so we can help you efficiently navigate the global regulatory landscape. With a common, consistent strategy and structure, we serve our global and local clients with the same intensive focus on quality.
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